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هو أستاذ هندسة طرق. | An Egyptian academic and politician.
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ARA: عصام عبد العزيز شرف (ولد في الجيزة بمصر سنة 1952 وأصله من مشيرف التابعة للباجور) هو أستاذ هندسة طرق مصري ورئيس وزراء جمهورية مصر العربية من 3 مارس إلى 22 نوفمبر 2011. تولى رئاسة الحكومة بعد أن كلفه المجلس الأعلى للقوات المسلحة بتشكيل الحكومة خلفاً للفريق أحمد شفيق الذي استقال من رئاسة الوزراء في في 3 مارس 2011 كان عصام شرف يشغل منصب وزير النقل والمواصلات في حكومة الدكتور أحمد نظيف من يوليو 2004 وحتى استقالته في ديسمبر 2005. تدرجه الأكاديمي حصل ...
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Sharaf said: No one in Egypt is above the law

During a five-day tour of three Gulf countries last week, Prime Minister Essam Sharaf vowed that deposed former president Hosni Mubarak, currently in hospital in Sharm El-Sheikh, will face trial on charges of corruption and ordering the killing of unarmed demonstrators. At the end of a two-day visit to Saudi Arabia, Sharaf stressed that no Gulf state had exerted pressure on the Egyptian government to exempt Mubarak from prosecution, saying that "we do not accept any pressure from any state, and this is a purely Egyptian matter." "No one in Egypt is above the law," Sharaf said, defending the ...

Sharaf tells protesters: I get my legitimacy from you

Essam Sharaf, spent his first day on the job by walking into Tahrir Square and telling tens of thousands of protesters that he would carry out on their demands for democracy. If he didn’t, he said, he would be the first one to join them on the streets. “I get my legitimacy from you, the people,” Mr. Sharaf told cheering crowds before being carried out triumphantly from the square on the shoulders of supporters. “You are the ones to whom legitimacy belongs.” Protest leaders argued that Mr. Shafiq, named by Mr. Mubarak in the dying days of his regime, wasn’t ...

Essam Sharaf is new Egyptian Prime Minister

Prime Minister Ahmed Shafiq has submitted his resignation to the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces. The council has accepted the resignation, and almost immediately announced the appointment of a successor, former transport minister, Essam Sharaf. Shafiq's resignation comes on the eve of the planned "Friday of Determination" mass demonstrations, called for by the youth movements to demand the resignation of Ahmed Shafiq's government and the realization of a host of other revolutionary demands. Essam Sharaf has been charged by the supreme council with forming the new cabinet. Sharaf was one ...

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The new Egypt: leaving women behind
CAIRO - Marwa Sharaf el-Din, an Egyptian law PhD candidate at Oxford University, spent part of International Women’s Day in Tahrir Square Tuesday afternoon to perform Zajal, a popular traditional form of Arabic poetry. “Do I have to be broken to be an oriental woman; do I have to always say ‘yes’ to be an […]
Prime minister says Egypt ‘scrambling’ after at least 23 killed in clashes
Do you believe that this cannot happen here in the U.S.? Do you think that all protests will remain peaceful? If so…wait.  The first time around during Egypt’s protests, the United States said… Continue reading →
Arab Spring may turn page in Egypt-Libya economic relations
Can revolutions succeed where decades-old dictatorial systems failed, and usher in stable, mutually beneficial economic relations between Egypt and Libya? The coming months may bring the answer.  Last month’s visit to Cairo by the chairman of Libya’s National Transitional Council, Mustafa Abdul Jalil, came just days after he declared his country liberated, and opened what […]
Brotherhood Revisionism on Maspero and Transitional Governance?
In recent weeks the Muslim Brotherhood has been engaged in public squabbles with the military council over formation of the government. According to most interpretations of the constitutional declaration which guides the transition in Egypt, the presidency – here the military council – has the right to appoint members of the administrative cabinet. At first … Continue reading →

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